Programme Offered

Academics

  • The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers courses at the undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral levels. The B.Tech Mechanical is offered in collaboration with an industry (AMZ Automotive). The M.Tech advanced Manufacturing Technology is offered in collaboration with Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bangalore. The collaborative environment at the department stimulates faculty, staff and students to reach their highest potential in academic knowledge. The well equipped laboratory facilities, placement records in core and IT companies and research activities in emerging areas indicate the strengths of the department. Research scholars from India and abroad are pursuing research and development in thrust areas of Thermal sciences, Manufacturing, CAD\CAM and Engineering Design. .
  • To meet the existing demands of today's industry, the syllabus is continuously updated for incorporating recent advances in the chosen areas of specialization.
  • The Department imparts high quality education through highly motivated and qualified faculty graduated from IISC, IITs, NITs, and leading international Universities.
B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) – 2018 batch
B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) – 2017 batch
B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) – 2016 batch
B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) – 2015 batch
B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) – 2014 batch

Accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) in 2018, the Department is known for excellence in Academics and Research in the fields of Design & Manufacturing Engineering, Material Sciences & Thermal Management, Renewable Energy, Metallurgy and Mechatronics. The Department trains students to develop technical skills, innovate products, file patents and acquire leadership qualities for successful careers in product design, research and entrepreneurship. The curriculum of Mechanical Engineering has been enriched by incorporating the latest technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Analytics, Robotics and Automation. In addition, the students are trained in the latest phase of Industrial Revolution focusing on interconnectivity, automation and capturing real-time data (Industry 4.0).

The department is offering B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering with Specialization in Digital Manufacturing Technology. Students will be taught on the areas such as Additive manufacturing, Digital manufacturing, Disruptive innovation, Data analytics, and Cybersecurity in Manufacturing, Production planning and scheduling, Lean manufacturing, Quality management, Automation and robotics, Advanced engineering materials, Advanced manufacturing processes etc.

CAREER PROSPECTS

Our prospective Core Industries in which our students are placed are:

  • Tech Mahindra
  • Robert Bosch
  • Ashok Leyland
  • Maruthi Suzuki
  • QuEST Global

COLLABORATIONS

The department have entered into Agreement with the following Industries

  • AMZ Automotive, Jaipur - Automobile, Design, Thermal and Manufacturing
  • M/s. Trident Pneumatics Private Limited - Manufacturing
  • Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bengaluru - Manufacturing
  • Mastro Lee, Coimbatore - HVAC&R and Industry 4.0
  • CADD Centre, Coimbatore - Design
  • Acetech Machinery Components India Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore - Design and Manufacturing

The above mentioned companies that support department in:

  • Offering joint B.Tech., & M.Tech., Programs
  • Designing Industry oriented Curriculum
  • Providing Internships and In-Plant trainings
  • Industry projects and Placements

For more details contact:

The Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences (Deemed University), Coimbatore – 641 114,
Mobile: +91 999 44 55 741,
email: [email protected]

In this course students will be exposed to experimental learning in advanced technology areas which includes Advanced Manufacturing Process, Mechatronics and Machine Control, Microcontrollers, Manufacturing system and simulation, Control of CNC Machine tools, Engineering Materials and Applications, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Industrial Robotics etc., through appropriate theoretical background, laboratory demonstrations, hands on participation in live. Industry focused R&D projects. During the final semester, students will be doing their project work as part of their curriculum at CMTI, Banglore which has embarked on advanced technology areas such as Nano Manufacturing, Applied Mechatronics Integration, Digital Design, Advanced Machine Tool Testing facility etc., with highly sophisticated facilities established in thrust areas of advanced manufacturing. The students are encouraged to publish their work in journals of repute and in conferences.


    M.TECH HIGHLIGHTS

    Departmental Core - Lateral Students 2018 Batch

    Departmental Core - 2017 Batch

    Departmental Core - 2016 Batch

  • Department of Mechanical Engineering offers both full time and part time Ph.D programmes in all major areas of mechanical engineering. Ph.D Research activities are carried out in the thrust areas of bio fuels, bio mass energy, composites and laminates, computational fluid dynamics, desalination, heat pipes, mini and micro-channel heat transfer using nano fluids, flow boiling and pool boiling heat transfer in nano fluids, industrial ergonomics, material science and metallurgy, minimal quantity lubrication, propulsion, robotics, vibration and acoustics. .
  • The department has eminent faculty from IISC, IITs, NITs, and leading international universities to guide the research scholars and has excellent research facilities for conducting research in thermal sciences, machine vibration and computer aided design, manufacturing and analysis. In addition to generous funding for research by the university, the school also receives external grants from BARC, DST and other prestigious agencies. .
  • The faculty regularly publishes their research work in peer reviewed international journal and conferences. The department frequently conducts national level and international level conferences/seminars to enhance academic and research interaction among researchers. .

 PhD Awarded

S No Name of the Scholar Supervisor Title of the Research work/ Thesis
1 Dr. D.S. Robinson Smart Dr. T. P. Lukose Parametric studies on pyrolysis of jatropha oil cake in a fludised bed reactor.
2 Dr. S. Antony Raja (06ZB001) Dr. D.S.Robinson Smart Parametric studies on pyrolysis of jatropha oil cake in a fludised bed reactor.
3 Dr. K. Leo Dev Wins (06ZB003) Dr.A.S.Varadarajan Investigation on surface milling of hardened AISI4340 steel with minimalfluid application suing a high velocity pulsed jet of cutting fluid.
4 Dr. P. Sam Paul (08ZB003) Dr.A.S.Varadarajan Investigations on cutting perfomance prediction during turning of harrdend AISI4340 steel with minimal fluid application using multi coted carbide inserts.
5 Dr.Robinson Gnanadurai (08ZB002) Dr.A.S.Varadarajan Investigations on performance enhancers for turning of hardened AISI 4340 steel with minimal fluid application using multicoated carbide inserts.
6 Dr. A. Brusly Solomon (09ZB007) Dr. B.C. Pillai Studies on heat pipes using nano fluids and coated surfaces.
7 Dr. R. Hemanth (RP12ME003) Dr. M. Sekar Processing and study of thermal, mechanical and tribological behaviour of particulate filled polymer composites.
8 Mr. David Raja Selvam (09ZB008) Dr. Robinson Smart. D.S Study of weldability and Metallurgical characterization of fly ash reinforced AA6061 alloy.
9 Mr. S. Peniel Pauldoss (RP10ME002) Prof. T. Michael N. Kumar Experimental investigations of a diesel engine driven by ethanol-diesel emulsions.
10 Mr. G. Ganesan (09ZB001) Dr. M. Sekar Kinematics.
11 Mr. Babu .R (09ZB011) Dr. S. Darius Gnanaraj Experimental Investigations on the use of parallel manipulator for chest compressions during cardio pulmonary resuscittion procedure.
12 Mr. Gadudasu Babu Rao (09ZB001) Dr. S. Darius Gnanaraj Experimental Investigations on the use of parallel manipulator for chest compressions during cardio pulmonary resuscittion procedure.
13 Mr. Nizar Ahammed K M (RR13ME004) Dr. L. Godson Asirvatham Thermoelectric Cooling of Electronic Devices with Nanofluid in Minichannel Heat Exchanger.
14 Mr. Trijo Tharayil (RR14ME002) Dr. L. Godson Asirvatham Study of Heat Transfer Performance of Graphene-Water Nanofluid in Miniature Loop Heat Pipe
15 Mr. Anil Raj (RR13ME002) Dr. K. Leo Dev Wins Dr. A. S. Varadarajan SInvestigation on Turning of hardened Alloy Steel (H13 hot work tool steel/ OHNS steel) with Minimal Cutting Fluid Application
16 Mr. Aldin Justin Sundararaj (RP11ME005) Dr. B.C. Pillai Ignition delay studies of semi-cryogenic/cryogenic engines
17 Mr. Samuel Ratna Kumar P.S.(RP13ME001) Dr. D.S. Robinson Smart Aluminium Metal Matrix Composite for Marine and Aerospace Applications
18 Mr. Vijin Prabhu A. (RP14ME008) Dr. Antony Raja Production of Biogas from prosopis Juliflora pods using Co-Digestion Process and its performance in CI Engine
19 Mr. Eric David Praveen (09ZB012) Dr. D.S. Robinson Smart Investigations on Wear Behaviour of LM13 – SiC and LM13 – SiC-Gr Metal Matrix Composites
20 Mrs. Kondru Gnanasundari(09ZB005) Prof. T. Michael N Kumar Dr.L.Godson Asirvatham Heat transfer characteristics of nanofluids for automotive cooling applications
21 Mr. Wilson Kumar M. (09ZB009) Dr. S. Darius Gnanaraj Dr. S.J.Vijay Design and Development of a Material Handling Trolley for Industrial Use based on the principles of Ergonomics
22 Mr. Jefferson Raja Bose B (09ZB006) Prof. T. Michael N Kumar Dr.L.Godson Asirvatham Studies on forced convective heat transfer characteristics of Nano fluids
23 Mr. John Joshua K (RP15ME008) Dr. S.J.Vijay Study of the influence of ceramic particulates on AA7068 metal matrix composites synthesized by powder metallurgy
24 Mr. Prabu K. (RP11ME011) Dr. M. Sekar Tribological study of anti-wear lubricating oil with nano additives
25 Mr. Antony P. Pallan (RP14ME003) Dr. Antony Raja Experimental Investigation In The Generation of kitchen Waste Based Biogas And Its Use For Blectricity Generation
26 Mr. Joseph John Marshal S. (08ZB001) Prof. T. Michael N Kumar Prof. Z. Robert Kennedy Investigations on production of gaseous fuel via air gasification of de-oiled cake and derived char
26 Mr. Lijin George (RP11ME006) Dr. D.S. Robinson Smart Evaluation of Mechanical, Wear and Corrosion Resistance Properties of Aluminium 7075/TiB2/Cr2O3 Hybrid Composites
28 Mrs. Mona Sahu (RP12ME002) Dr. S. Darius Gnanaraj Ergonomic Interventions to improve the occupational health of IT employees
29 Mr. Sudhan Raj J. (RR13ME003) Dr. S. Darius Gnanaraj Experimental Investigation on the Tribological properties of Non-Asbestos Organic Brake Friction Materials
30 Mr. Kantharaj I(RP11ME007) Dr. M. Sekar Investigation on Multi-Point Cutting Tool with Heat Pipes
31Mr. VipinGopan(RP14ME001)Dr. K. Leo Dev WinsStudies on Condition Monitoring of Grinding Wheel Using Soft Computing Techniques
32Mr. Suresh M. (RP13ME006)Dr. C. P. JawaharExperimental investigations on variable compression ratio direct injection ci engine using biodiesel as fuel
33Mr. G. Lawrance (RP14ME002)Dr. P. Sam PaulInvestigations on cutting performance during boring of hardened AISI 4340 STEEL
34Mrs. Vidya Chandran (RP15ME005)Dr. M. Sekar, Dr. Sheeja Janardhanan“Studies on hydroelastic response of marine risers under vortex induced vibration”.
35Mr. Jerin Jose (RR15ME001)Dr. T.V. Christy, Dr. S.J.VijayFabrication and characterization of AI 6061 composites and foams reinforced with agricultural and industrial frugal matter.
36Mr. Ajay Vasanth X (RP14ME006)Dr. P. Sam Paul, Dr. A.S.Varadarajan“INVESTIGATION ON SUPPRESSION OF TOOL VIBRATION USING SMART DAMPER DURING TURNING OF HARDENED SS410”.
37Mr. Jayaseelan.P (RP13ME008)Dr. T.V. ChristyExperimental studies on tooling for friction stir welding of aluminium metal matrix composites

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